In 1960, his widow, Doña Fernanda de la Escalera Avecilla, keeps running the stud until her children became adults. In 1973, the stud is divided into two different, for Doña María Fernanda and for Don José Luis, being the last who kept the location, Cortijo del Pozo Santo, and the brand of their ancestors. From now on, Doña María Fernanda begins to use her own brand and establish her stud on the San Gerardo ranch.
This stud, with chestnut and black coats, will be run with great knowledge and mastership by her husband, Don Manuel de Novales Vasco (RIP) until the day of his death on a tragic car accident, on January the 16th, 1991. After this unexpected and sad loss, her wife, who names the stud, takes over with the aim of continuing the unfinished project in the best possible way. She kept his lines of work: a careful selection of the specimen that preserves the morphology and functionality, but also the pureness and beauty of PREs.